Peace Dollar The Peace Dollar was minted from 1921-1928 and then again from 1934-1935. With.77 ounces of pure silver it's current melt value. is $20.57 This coin is not to be used at face value:) Bookmark this page (Ctrl+D) and come back later. USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1925 Peace Silver Dollar is Worth $31 in Average Condition and can be Worth $51 to $170 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition. Click here to Learn How to use Coin Price Charts. Also, click here to Learn About Grading Coins. The peace silver dollar value can vary: for instance, 1922 Peace dollar can yield about $20 and a 1923 Peace dollar can go for about $13. Since none of the Peace dollar’s mintages are particularly rare, their worth is just a little above that of the coin’s bullion value.
CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1921 Peace Dollar value at an average of $125, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $1,600. (see details)..
Mint Mark: No mint mark
Face Value: 1.00 USD
Total Produced: 1,006,000 [?]
Silver Content: 90%
Silver Weight: .7735 oz.
Silver Melt: $21.05
Value: As a rough estimate of this coins value you can assume this coin in average condition will be valued at somewhere around $125, while one in certified mint state (MS+) condition could bring as much as $1,600 at auction. This price does not reference any standard coin grading scale. So when we say average, we mean in a similar condition to other coins issued in 1921, and mint state meaning it is certified MS+ by one of the top coin grading companies. [?].
Additional Info: 1921 was the first year that the Silver Peace dollar was minted. These coins are rare. With just over 1 million minted, and the fact that this is the first year they were issued, these coins are rare and important pieces of coin history. The Morgan Dollar was also issued in 1921 so there is an overlap.
Numismatic vs Intrinsic Value:This coin in poor condition is still worth $103.95 more than the intrinsic value from silver content of $21.05, this coin is thus more valuable to a collector than to a silver bug. Coins worth more to a collectors may be a better long term investment. If the metal prices drop you will still have a coin that a numismatic would want to buy.
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Current silver melt value* for a 1921 No mint mark is $21.05 and this price is based off the current silver spot price of $27.22 This value is dynamic so bookmark it and comeback for an up to the minute silver melt value.
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**When we say that 1,006,000, of these coins were produced or minted in 1921 this number doesn't always match the actual circulation count for this coin. The numbers come from the United States mint, and they don't reflect coins that have been melted, destroyed, or those that have never been released. Please keep that in mind.
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Peace Dollar History (1921-1935)
The Peace dollar is a silver U.S. coin that was minted from 1921 to 1928, and then again from 1934 to 1935. The Pittman Act required the U.S. Mint to strike millions of silver dollars. Initially the Peace dollar was supposed to carry the design of the Morgan dollar (which had been discontinued in 1921), but numismatics successfully persuaded the government to use a novel design commemorating the peace following World War I. The U.S. Mint struck over a million Peace dollar coins in 1921. Its production first ended in 1928 when the Pittman Act requirements were met but continued in 1934 and 1935 due to other legislation. It was, in fact, the last silver coin to be produced for circulation in the U.S.
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During World War I, Germany sought to destabilize the British Empire by spreading rumors that Britain was unable to redeem for silver all of the paper money they had printed. Consequently, the British asked their ally, the United States, to buy silver to increase the supply and lower the price. As a result, Congress passed the Pittman Act in 1918 which authorized the U.S. to sell metal to the British government up to 350, 000, 000 silver dollars at $1 per ounce of silver. In 1920, numismatist Farran Zerbe called for the issuance of a coin to celebrate peace at the American Numismatic Association (ANA) in Chicago.
Re-Design of the Silver Dollar
In the following year, despite Congress’ initial rejection of a redesign, the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts held a competition for the design of the peace coin. In fact, since the Morgan dollar had been struck for more than 25 years, it was eligible for replacement at the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury. Then, after President Harding declared the end of the war with Germany, the competing sculptors to use the head of Liberty on the obverse side, and an eagle on the reverse side. After considerable discussion among Fraser, Moore, and Herbert Adams (a sculptor and former member of the Commission), a design by Anthony de Francisci was selected unanimously.
A Symbol of Peace in the Wake of WWI
The obverse design of the Peace dollar features the profile of Liberty, based on a picture of de Francisci’s wife, wearing a radiate crown and with her hair flowing in the wind. Moreover, it depicts the inscriptions “LIBERTY” and “IN GOD WE TRUST,” as well as the mint date. The reverse side features the engravings “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and “PEACE,” as well as the denomination. De Francisci originally submitted two reverse designs: one with a warlike eagle that is aggressively breaking a sword, and another one with a resting eagle that is holding an olive branch. The Committee chose the latter, but sought to include the broken sword. However, the American public and press were not pleased with the symbolism of a broken sword in the wake of WWI, so the Commission quickly approved the deletion of the sword from the Peace dollar’s design.
Little Circulation Nationwide
The Peace dollar underwent multiple modifications. In 1922, the Mint discovered that the dies broke rapidly due to the coin’s high relief. As a result, de Francisci modified the design to reduce the relief of the Peace dollar. The mints in Denver, San Francisco, and Philadelphia produced 84 million coins in 1922 alone. The Peace dollar circulated mainly in the Western United States, where coins were preferred over paper money, and saw little circulation elsewhere. They were also deposited in vaults as bank reserves and obtained from banks as Christmas presents. Another seven million pieces were struck in 1934 and 1935 owing to a further congressional act requiring the Mint to buy large quantities of silver whose price at the time was very low.
Efforts to Boost Silver Dollar Circulation
In 1964, Congress decided to pass legislation that would have the Mint strike 45, 000, 000 silver dollars as coins had become rare due to hoarding (the price of silver had risen so much that the silver dollar was more worth as bullion than as currency). However, since they were offered for $7.50 a piece (so they would not circulate), the public and many congressmen objected. Thus, Mint Director Eva Adams quickly announced that they were trial strikes which were never intended for circulation. The Mint later declared that 316,076 coins had been produced; all were reported melted under heavy security. No 1964-D Peace dollars are known to exist in either public or private hands. In 1970, some experimental silver pieces were struck to honor President Eisenhower who had died the previous year. This “Eisenhower dollar” did not contain any precious metals, although some coins produced for collectors included 40% silver.
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Peace Dollar Metal Contents
All Peace Dollar coins contain 90% silver and 10% copper.
Peace Dollar Value
Peace Dollar Value 1922
The peace silver dollar value can vary: for instance, 1922 Peace dollar can yield about $20 and a 1923 Peace dollar can go for about $13. Since none of the Peace dollar’s mintages are particularly rare, their worth is just a little above that of the coin’s bullion value. Two exceptions are the first year of issue 1921 Peace dollar, minted only at the Philadelphia mint and issued in high relief, and the low-mintage 1928-P Peace dollar. Yet, they are popular among collectors because the coins were minted only for a short span of years. As they are only a few rare mint years, the condition of the coin is a very important factor regarding its value. The uncirculated coin is the most desirable Peace dollar and can yield quite a large profit.